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Lisa Rinna Dances to Daughter Delilah Belle’s Upcoming Song, “Nothing Lasts Forever”
The RHOBH daughter is set to release the full track on Friday, March 17.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum Lisa Rinna is once again proving that she’s her daughters’ biggest fan. This time, she’s showing support to Delilah Belle, her eldest child with her husband, Harry Hamlin, as she gears up to release her new single.
Titled “Nothing Lasts Forever,” the track is set to be released this Friday, March 17 — but Lisa isn’t waiting until then to start promoting it. Instead, she took to Instagram and TikTok on Sunday, March 12, to share one of her signature dancing videos, and this one featured a snippet of “Nothing Lasts Forever.”
In the caption, Lisa encouraged her followers to pre-save the song ahead of its release. Delilah has been doing the same after unveiling the track’s cover art last week, which received rave reviews from several Bravolebs, including Erika Jayne and Diana Jenkins.
Delilah first began teasing new music in 2022. More specifically, she told Flaunt magazine that she was working on an album. “I’ve always loved singing. I was in choir, musical theater, and doing vocal lessons at a young age. I thought that I was gonna go into R&B, but I think music is a journey and my genre might change in the future,” Delilah said. “Who knows? As of now, we’re going with ‘ethereal pop’ — I’ve made that up. I’m currently working on an album. I believe you will be hearing a single first, hopefully, at the top of next year.”
The RHOBH daughter — who has been open about her physical and mental health in the past — went on to explain that she believes music is the best way to express herself.
“I initially made [an Instagram video] because I was feeling very helpless and hopeless. I started having seizures back in July of last year. That’s really why I took to Instagram, because my family and I were trying to find doctors, and no one could figure out why this was happening. I’m grateful to have a platform because I got many recommendations,” Delilah explained. “At the same time, it saddened me when opening up that some of my words were misconstrued. It’s why I haven’t been more present on social media about mental health, even though I’d love to. But, through this time, I’ve learned that music and writing are my creative outlets."